In refereed journals and edited volumes

Sadeh, Tal, Yoav Raskin and Eyal Rubinson (2022) ‘Big Politics, Small Money – Euroscepticism’s Diminishing Return in EU Policymaking’, European Union Politics, 23, 3, 437-461.

Raskin, Yoav and Tal Sadeh (2022) ‘Responsive Voters – How European Integration Empowers Eurosceptic Parties’, Journal of European Public Policy, 29, 8, 1309-1329.

Sadeh, Tal, Eyal Rubinson and Yoav Raskin (2021) ‘Do Euro Area Institutions Benefit the Small Member States?’, Journal of European Integration.

Rubinson, Eyal and Tal Sadeh (2020) ‘Perceived to Slack: Secondary Securitization and Multilateral Treaty Ratification in Israel’, International Interactions, 46, 6, 1016-1042.

Sadeh, Tal and Nizan Feldman (2020) ‘Globalization and Wartime Trade’, Cooperation and Conflict, 55, 2, 235-260

Sadeh, Tal and Yehuda Porath (2020) ‘Autonomous Agencies and Relational Contracts in Government Bond Issues’, Regulation & Governance, 14, 4, 741-763 .

Sadeh, Tal (2019), ‘How did the Euro Area Survive the Crisis?’, West European Politics, 42, 1, 201-226.

Feldman, Nizan and Tal Sadeh (2018), ‘War and Third Party Trade’, Journal of Conflict Resolution, 62, 1, 119-42 .

Sadeh, Tal (2016), ‘Exit or Differentiated Monetary Integration – Saving the Euro by Making It More Flexible’, in Andreas Dür and Hubert Zimmermann (eds.), Key Controversies in European Integration (Palgrave) second edition, 146-151.

Sadeh, Tal (2014), ‘Is an “Economic Peace” Possible? Israel and Globalization Since the 1970s’, Israel Affairs, 20, 4, 530-65.

Sadeh, Tal (2014), ‘The Euro’s Effect on Trade’, European Union Politics15, 2, 215-34.

Sadeh, Tal (2012), ‘The End of the Euro Mark I: A Sceptical View of European Monetary Union’, in Andreas Dür and Hubert Zimmermann (eds.), Key Controversies in European Integration (Palgrave).

Howarth, David and Tal Sadeh (2011), ‘In the Vanguard of Globalisation: The OECD and International Capital Liberalisation’, Review of International Political Economy, 18, 5, 622-45.

Sadeh, Tal (2011a), ‘Central Banks’ Priorities and the Right/Left Partisanship of Exchange Rates’, Journal of Policy Modeling33, 2, 183-94.

Sadeh, Tal (2011b), ‘Hard Currencies for Hard Times – Terror Attacks and the Choice of Monetary Anchors’, Defence and Peace Economics, 22, 4, 367-92.

Howarth, David and Tal Sadeh (2010), ‘The Ever Incomplete Single European Market: Differentiation and the Evolving Frontier of Integration’, Journal of European Public Policy, 17, 7, 922-35.

Sadeh, Tal (2009), ‘EMU’s Diverging Micro Foundations – A Study of Governments’ Preferences and the Sustainability of EMU’, Journal of European Public Policy, 16, 4, 545-63.

Sadeh, Tal and Amy Verdun (2009), ‘Explaining Europe’s Monetary Union – A Survey of the Literature’, International Studies Review, 11, 2, 277-301.

Sadeh, Tal and David Howarth (2008), ‘Economic Interests and the European Union: A Catalyst for European Integration or a Hindrance?’, The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 10, 1, 1-8.

Sadeh, Tal, Erik Jones and Amy Verdun (2007), ‘Legitimacy and Efficiency: Revitalizing EMU Ahead of Enlargement’, Review of International Political Economy, 14, 5, 739-45.

Sadeh, Tal (2007), ‘Managing a Common Currency: Political and Cultural Preferences’, in Lars Jonung and Jürgen Nautz (eds.), Conflict Potentials in Monetary Unions (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner), 131-156.

Sadeh, Tal (2006), ‘Adjusting to EMU: Electoral, Partisan and Fiscal Cycles’, European Union Politics, 7, 3, 347-72.

Sadeh, Tal (2005), ‘Who Can Adjust to the Euro?’, The World Economy, 28, 11, 1651-78.

Sadeh, Tal (2004a), ‘Israel and a Euro-Mediterranean Internal Market’, Mediterranean Politics, 9, 1, 29-52.

Sadeh, Tal (2004b), ‘Some Trade Effects of the EMU Process on Israel’, Israel Affairs, 10, 1/2, 156-76.

Sadeh, Tal (2004), ‘Some Trade Effects of the EMU Process on Israel’, in Efraim Karsh (ed.) Israel: The First Hundred Years – Volume IV Israel in the International Arena (London: Frank Cass), 156-176.

Sadeh, Tal (2001), ‘Disequilibrium’, in R. J. Barry Jones (ed.), Encyclopedia of International Political Economy (London: Routledge).

Sadeh, Tal (2001), ‘Benign Neglect’, in R. J. Barry Jones (ed.), Encyclopedia of International Political Economy (London: Routledge).

Sadeh, Tal (1999), ‘Israel and the EC – Is a Customs Union Better for Israel than an FTA?’, Israel Tax Quarterly, 26, 103, 27-43 (in Hebrew).

Sadeh, Tal (1998), ‘The European Union and Israel – The Customs Union Alternative’, Israel Affairs, 5, 1, 87-108.

Sadeh, Tal (1997), ‘The Economic Desirability of Middle Eastern Monetary Cooperation’, The World Economy, 20, 6, 809-27.